Reduced ecosystem services of desert plants from ground-mounted solar energy development

Volume: 3, Issue: 12, Pages: 1036 - 1043
Published: Jul 20, 2020
Abstract
Deserts are prioritized as recipient environments for solar energy development; however, the impacts of this development on desert plant communities are unknown. Desert plants represent long-standing ecological, economic and cultural resources for humans, especially indigenous peoples, but their role in supplying ecosystem services (ESs) remains understudied. We measured the effect of solar energy development decisions on desert plants at one of...
Paper Details
Title
Reduced ecosystem services of desert plants from ground-mounted solar energy development
Published Date
Jul 20, 2020
Volume
3
Issue
12
Pages
1036 - 1043
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